Can you sing?
Dance?
Play an instrument?
Make us laugh?
We want to hear from you!

We're searching to find the most talented students at Robert Gordon University, and we need you to get involved! If you, or somebody you know deserves to perform live on stage and compete for a cash prize at our RGU's Got Talent events in February, get in touch and take part by filling in an application for below.

- 1st Prize: £250
- 2nd Prize: £150
- 3rd Prize: £100

- Online Application Deadline: Friday 2nd Feb
- Auditions/Heats: 19th - 22nd Feb (Lunchtimes, live performances on Union Way)
- Grand Final: Tuesday 27th Feb (Sir Ian Wood Building Amphitheatre)

Full competition details will be released soon, but if you have any questions in the meantime please get in touch by emailing talent@rguunion.co.uk.

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